to know where to begin. At the most basic level, Paul Wait, chief executive of the United Kingdom's Guild of Travel Management Companies , asked, "as fuel prices are coming down, why isn't that flowing through to lower surcharges
Air transactions handled by members of the U.K.'s Guild of Travel Management Companies between April and June 2014 increased 1 percent from the prior-year period. Though modest, it marked a fifth consecutive quarter of growth. Rail bookings by GTMC members increased 5 percent, leading the ...
First-quarter airline bookings handled by members of the United Kingdom's Guild of Travel Management Companies increased 4 percent year over year, marking the fourth consecutive quarter of an increase in such transactions. Hotel, rail and car rental transactions each grew even more sharply year ...
Hotel transactions increased 15 percent while rail and car rental activity rose 7 percent and 5 percent, respectively. For full-year 2013, air transactions climbed 3 percent from 2012, while hotel was up 12 percent, rail 5 percent and car rental 8 percent. GTMC claims its membership accounts for
It was the second consecutive quarter of notable growth, following an increase of 4 percent in the previous quarter. For the first quarter of 2013, GTMC had reported a 3 percent reduction in air transactions. Hotel bookings in the third quarter jumped up 17 percent, with rail transactions and car
services from London airports, according to a survey of 1,010 respondents conducted by the U.K.'s Guild of Travel Management Companies . Among those that require connections, 65 percent transit through hubs outside the United Kingdom when
Rail transactions were down 11 percent. GTMC indicated that it has found "clear evidence that business growth and business travel are intricately linked," and that as British companies generally "have become less profitable over the course of the last two years, air transactions have trended
Quarterly air sales were unchanged year over year while hotel sales were up 2 percent, rail transactions jumped 10 percent, and car rental rose 7 percent. For full-year 2012, GTMC member agencies in aggregate handled 4 percent more transactions than they did in 2011. Full-year air sales edged
first chairman from outside the United States. He also is the immediate past chairman of the U.K.'s Guild of Travel Management Companies . Tech had served as Radius chairman since 2001 and will remain on the organization's board. According
executive vice president for global sales and revenue management Ross Hosking, speaking here last week at the Guild of Travel Management Companies autumn conference. Speaking later to <em>BTN</em>, Hosking said the steep rise partly can be attributed